Levine sues Activision over unfair business practice
All is not well in videogame land.
The lead singer of the band Maroon 5 filed a lawsuit against Activision, the makers of the wildly popular game Band Hero.
Adam Levine is not complaining about the game using his likeness on his band's songs.
He's upset players can use his avatar to play songs from other bands, and he says that's not cool.
He's suing for unfair business practice.
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